But there's nearly always a healthy option nearby. E.g. McDonald's has a Caesar salad that comes out at ~200kcal
Another aid in weight loss is exercise. It helps you burn more calories, resist cravings, feel happier. I
t doesn't matter what you do, just find ways to move every day. Finally, getting enough sleep is very important for weight loss. A nutritionist told me that if your body is tired, your brain will amp up sugar cravings because sugar is a quick form of energy.
Finally in so far as losing weight, try to incorporate active things into your life. For instance, switching to public transport gives you more time walking (or running) than you ordinarily would have if you drove. If you are grocery shopping or going for coffee nearby take your bicycle. If you don't have a basket, cable tie a milk crate to your handlebars.
Also, within your current budget identify easy changes to swap chips for a piece of fruit, lean protein instead of sugary oatmeal in the morning, etc.
- How long after you get up do you eat breakfast?
- What are some healthy breakfasts for moms on the go?
- What do you eat when you’re on the run and can’t prepare breakfast?
- What do you do to vary your breakfast options?
- Do you have great make-ahead breakfasts?
- How do you avoid wanting carbs in the morning? I have strong cravings for bread/toast/bagels.
- How do you refrain from eating sugary cereals? Sometimes I have a craving for it, but I realize that it’s not the best thing for my body at the top of the morning.
- Any recipes for an amazing breakfast? I need more ideas.
- If you work early in the morning and commute to work, how quickly do you eat breakfast after waking up? How does this factor into your morning commute?
- Do you include vegetables in your breakfast?